In the previous days, the security services have been working on determining the origin of the daily bomb threats that have been happening across Serbia. They requested help from their colleagues and internet providers abroad. However, according to Dejan Milutinović, President of the Professional Association of the Security Sector, they have hit a wall built by the providers who are keeping cooperation to a minimum.

“In order to get to the bottom of this case, it is necessary to track the IP addresses of the devices used to send the false bomb threats,” said Milutinović for Novosti.

“They were clearly unique, conceptually well-designed and organized actions, with the aim to spread fear and discomfort among citizens, which would lead to Serbia changing its policy. Certainly, there is no way that an individual is behind such attacks, it must be an organization, a security service or an entire country. We do not know who participated in the action, but it is clear that it is in the interest of the NATO and Ukraine.”

He added that it is indicative that providers are refusing to help our security and investigative services, citing data confidentiality on the network, while the same confidentiality does not apply to other, more powerful countries. Milutinović also said that Serbia must rely on the help of the Interpol in situations like this, and if the Interpol refuses to help, that will say a lot.